May 19, 2022

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Paulo Costa breaks silence over loss, vows to win UFC belt ‘soon’

Paulo Costa breaks silence over loss, vows to win UFC belt 'soon'

Paulo Costa Not going anywhere.

“Borrachinha” took to social media on Monday to address his second round TKO loss with the UFC middleweight champion. Israel Adesanya At UFC 253, Which landed Saturday night on Fight Island, and he still promises to follow the 185-pound belt.

“I’m relaxed because I know what I can do here in this section,” Costa said in a short Instagram story video in English. “I’m at 185 (will fight) to fight him again. I’ll fight him again quickly and he knows. I’ll bring all my weapons back, okay?”

In a series of Portuguese-language videos, Costa elaborated on the damage and criticism he received shortly after his attempt to boycott “The Last Stylebender” in Abu Dhabi.

“Thanks to all those who hated for the messages,” Costa said. “Don’t worry about my friends, and even those who don’t – but especially my friends and those who cheer me on – I’m fine. I already know what happened, I know what went wrong, and it won’t happen next time. I can’t wait. Some things happen, I have some problems but I make no excuses, okay? The fight is over, he won, but I assure you the latter will be different. The next time I meet him, if he continues to be a champion, it will be different.

“A lot of people are saying things they don’t know on YouTube. Don’t worry, I know what happened. We talked to the whole team, we know what happened. Only we know what happened. Don’t worry, we’re focused here. We bring the belt to Brazil. It happens whether you like it or not. Nothing changes. ‘When’ changes. It will be now, but it will be soon. ”

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Costa 5-0 at UFC with victories Gareth McClellan, Mr. Bombos, Johnny Hendrix, Uria Hall And Joel Romero, Fell to a professional 13-1 loss in Abu Dhabi.